The LG G Flex2
was just unveiled as the second edition of the overarching form factor (see what we did there) that made a cameo with the G Flex
last year, but with a smaller, 5.5" display. The more compact size is a reflection of the company listening to feedback from users who felt the first generation device was a bit too big. Moreover, the upgrade in display resolution from HD to 1080p will certainly prove to be a welcome change, too, fixing another one of the user's issues with the G Flex pioneer.
LG introduced the world to flexible and “self-healing” smartphones a little over a year ago with the G Flex. The 6" OLED display with plastic, instead of glass substrate, showed us that devices do not necessarily need to be ultra-rigid in an effort prevent breakage from being dropped. A big leap forward for the product line, the G Flex2 brings, according to LG, better everything in a more compact design. Well, what exactly has been improved in the Flex2? Let's list all the new features you can find in the new bendy creation of LG.
LG G Flex 2 - all the new features